The Chicago Auto Show is the nation's largest auto show. Held in McCormick Place each February, the Chicago show features multiple world and North American Introductions and the complete range of domestic and imported passenger cars, trucks, sport-utility vehicles, minivans, and experimental and concept cars.
In total, the 2014 Chicago Auto Show boasts nearly 1,000 different vehicles. In addition, you'll find numerous automotive accessories and auto-related exhibits, competition vehicles, project cars, antique and collector vehicles, and interactive exhibits. The 2014 Chicago Auto Show will feature indoor test-track experiences where show visitors have the opportunity to go for a ride in a brand-new vehicle right on the show floor. In addition, there will also be outdoor test-drive opportunities.
2014 Chicago Auto Show
February 8th to February 17th, 2014
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Since its debut in 1992, First Look for Charity has raised more than $34 million for significant area charities. The 2014 beneficiaries are:
100 Club of Chicago
Boys and Girls of Chicago
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Joliet
The Cradle Foundation
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Franciscan Community Benefit Services
Franciscan St. James Health
Ray Graham Association for People with Disabilities
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago (formerly Children's Memorial Hospital)
March of Dimes
Turning Pointe Autism Foundation
Respiratory Health Association
Special Olympics Illinois
Illinois Spina Bifida Association
Jesse White Tumbling Team
First Look for Charity stands as one of Chicago's greatest one-day fundraisers, regularly generating about $2 million for 18 area nonprofits. Held at McCormick Place the evening before the Chicago Auto Show opens its 10-day public run, the benevolent event is anticipated by socialites and car buffs alike.
The tuxedo-mandatory gala affords participants the chance to stroll the show floor amid opulence not present during the public portion of the Chicago Auto Show. Tickets are $250. Guests are treated to champagne, wine, soft drinks, elegant hors d'oeuvres and desserts - all while being the first to explore that year's edition of the nation's largest auto show.
The First Look for Charity is the annual benevolent event of the Chicago Auto Show, taking place this year on Thursday, February 7th, 2014, from 7:00-11:00 p.m. at McCormick Place.
The First Look for Charity is open to the public; tickets are $250 each and can be purchased online @ www.firstlookforcharity.org , at the door and by calling (630) 495 - 2282.
The 2014 First Look for Charity can enjoy entertainment from SIXTEEN CANDLES, LEE DEWYZE, and THE CHICAGO 6. There will be gourmet food and drink representing cuisines from around the world, and the chance to win a 2014 Toyota Highlander and 2014 Toyota Corolla (must be present to win).
Since its debut in 1992, the First Look for Charity has raised more than $34 million for Chicago area charities.
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